Access to education for refugee and asylum seeking children
Read our report on refugee and asylum seeking children's access to and experiences of education in the UK. In partnership with the Refugee Support Network.
The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and Unicef: Impact Report
What difference did the partnership make? Find out how many children we reached and the impact of the partnership around the Commonwealth.
The refuge of family: How the UK Government can help children fleeing danger reach the safety of family
September 2017 - Read Unicef's latest briefing, focusing on how the UK Government can help children fleeing danger reach the safety of family
The role of child rights impact assessment in supporting governments to protect and promote children’s rights
September 2017 - Read a comparative study exploring the role of child rights impact assessment in supporting governments to protect children’s rights.
No Place To Call Home: Protecting children's rights when the changing climate forces them to flee
April 2017 - Read Unicef's report focusing on the impact on children’s rights when children are forced to flee from home because of climate change.
A deadly journey for children: The central Mediterranean migration route
February 2017 - Read Unicef's latest Child Alert report, focusing on the dangers faced by child migrants and refugees on the deadly Central Mediterranean migrant route.
Danger every step of the way: A harrowing journey to Europe for refugee and migrant children
June 2016 - Danger Every Step of the Way, finds more than nine out of 10 refugee and migrant children arriving in Europe through Italy are unaccompanied.
Education cannot wait
Repeated calls have been made for education and learning to be central to humanitarian action, and for guarantees that no child’s right to education be disrupted or interrupted by conflict or disaster. Education Cannot Wait: a Fund for education in emergencies heeds these calls and was developed to better meet the educational needs of millions of children and young people affected by crises around the world.